Former Florida Transportation Secretary Ananth Prasad on Infrastructure

For nearly four years Ananth Prasad served as Florida’s Secretary of Transportation. More recently, he’s been a senior vice president and National Transportation Practice Leader at HNTB. At the end of 2016 he wrote an op-ed piece on investing in the nation’s infrastructure. Five months into the Trump Administration he talked with Transportation Radio about where things now stand and some factors to consider on how to allocate that money.

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Profile: Virginia Transportation

Virginia Secretary of Transportation Aubrey Layne has all aspects of transportation under his purview. From highways, to ports, to transit, if it moves people or cargo, chances are he plays a role. In Transportation Radio‘s ongoing series featuring state transport agencies around the US, we talk about how the commonwealth manages transportation and what makes Virginia unique.

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ITE Talks Transportation: Crissy Fanganello, Director of Transportation & Mobility for the City of Denver

In this capstone episode of the ITE Talks Transportation Thought Leaders in Transportation series, Crissy Fanganello, Director of Transportation and Mobility for the City and County of Denver talks with Transportation Radio‘s Bernie Wagenblast about implementing the innovative technologies discussed in the series while delivering safe, multimodal, integrated transportation services.

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Profile: Michigan DOT

Kirk Steudle, the director of Michigan DOT, is distinguished in many ways but two factors that stand out are his years of service as the leader of the state’s transportation agency and the national leadership roles he’s had with AASHTO, TRB and ITS America. That experience give him unique insights not only into MDOT but what’s happening nationally. He shares that perspective in the latest episode of Transportation Radio‘s profiles of state DOTs.

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ITE-CIHT Joint Podcast on Health and Transportation

This episode features Lucy Saunders, Public Health Specialist, Transport & Public Realm with the Greater London Authority and Transport for London, and Dale Bracewell, Manager of Transportation Planning with the City of Vancouver, BC, Canada, speaking about implementing health and transportation initiatives in their respective cities. ITE and the Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) partnered on this podcast with joint moderation by Bernie Wagenblast and CIHT’s Justin Ward.

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PRT, the Often Overlooked Automated Vehicle System

Over the past few years you can barely open a newspaper or watch a newscast and not hear automated and autonomous vehicles mentioned. One form of automated vehicles have been carrying passengers since 1975. West Virginia University‘s personal rapid transit system connects three campuses and downtown Morgantown. New systems are being developed elsewhere in the world, primarily in Asia and the Middle East. Peter Muller is the president of the Advanced Transit Association, as well as his own firm, PRT Consulting. In this Transportation Radio interview we discuss PRT, where it is and where he sees it going.

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Profile: Rhode Island DOT

The Rhode Island Department of Transportation may have the smallest territory to cover of any state DOT, but there’s quite a few transportation facilities packed into that area. The Main Street of the east coast, I-95, carries millions of travelers, both locally and interstate. Amtrak’s busiest line, the Northeast Corridor runs through the state, connecting Connecticut and Massachusetts. In addition there are ports, ferries, a major airport, and commuter buses and trains. Peter Alviti is RIDOT’s director, and he spoke with Transportation Radio about his agency as part of our profile of state DOTs.

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